According to Anthony DiMatteo’s “Shakespeare and the Public Discourse of Sovereignty: ‘Reason of State’ in ‘Hamlet'”, how does Shakespeare tend to present political rulers in Hamlet? A. Shakespeare presents political rulers as flawless, perfect human beings. B. Shakespeare presents political rulers as often meeting ruinous and violent endings. C. Shakespeare only presents fictional political rulers and does not explore any political realities. D. Shakespeare considers all political rulers to be corrupt.